Most Engaging Stories of 2018
Some of the most memorable stories that captured your attention last year. Follow us on Facebook for more.
“You have to go back. And you’re going back to train for the Olympics.”
“I rushed towards you and I just started screaming, ‘Leave him alone!’”
"I had to be who I wasn’t so that I could survive."
“Being in a place like that, I didn’t feel like we was human.”
In 1963, more than a dozen African American girls, including Carol Barner-Seay, Shirley Reese, Diane Bowens, and Verna Hollis, were arrested for protesting segregation in Americus, Georgia. At StoryCorps, they remember being held in a small makeshift jail for nearly two months.
Just Like Yesterday
Working as a housekeeper in a new country far from her family, Tabinda caught the eye of her future husband — Tariq Sheikh. This is the story of how they fell in love.
More Ways to Take One Small Step
Announcing the launch of One Small Step Communities, an program providing training and production assistance to six local public radio stations across the U.S. as part of One Small Step, our new initiative to foster conversations across political divides.